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SOUTH LONDON ELECTION RESULTS

AFTER months of debates, political sniping, and parties going to great lengths to win the hearts and minds of voters, the General Election has been and gone.
Each of the three main parties had mixed fortunes on the national stage; the Conservati... read on

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ALAN Pardew would be happy with four major signings this summer as he looks to build on Crystal Palace’s 10th-place finish in the Premier League.

The Eagles won 1-0 against Swansea today to wrap up a successful second half of the campaign for the former Newcastle boss.

When asked how many signings he would like in the close season, Pardew said: “Four. Four first-team players and I’d take a couple of young players here and there for potential.

“Three or four big players to come into the group.

“We’ve had some conversations. We’re trying to feel the market. It’s a difficult market because it is a big, big year for Premier League teams with the new TV deal [coming in at the end of next season].”

Pardew admitted his side needed to find a cutting edge at home - even if they did improve their poor record at home with a win over Garry Monk’s side.

“It is an area we do need to improve - I’m not going to hide from it,” he said. “When I arriv... read on

ALAN Pardew would be happy with four major signings this summer as he looks to build on Crystal Palace’s 10th-place finish in the Premier League.
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